Again, don't be silly.You are making up facts. We have no idea what velocity the Connecticut impacted at or how direct the impact was. All we know is what she looks like the Sonar sphere is still attached. The nose is gone. Punched in yet the way it was attached that segment was mounted on the outer hull. The damage is to the outer hull. The pressure hull is sound so it’s super structure.
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Note that what we see here as well as other images doesn’t show the same level of damage as the San Francisco. What we see is the rear wall of the Sonar dome array.
It needs a non visible by naked eye deformation to make the whole frontal section ( or the whole ship) scrap.
It hit an undersea mountain.
See the cross supports of the sonar ?
Those distruted back the force from the collision to the back part of the ship.